Frog and Toad and a Game of Three.

Rated 5.00/5 based on 2 reviews
Age 3+ A tale of friendship and adventure. Simple, warm, comforting.
"Frog has a grand vision. Toad makes and plays a bull rush flute.
Beaver builds the raft. Mrs. Watermouse makes a beautiful sail, and
Mole is in charge of Pomp and Pageantry.
And Turtle, well, Turtle prefers worry." More
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About Ian Hutton

Dear Readers,
When I was 12, I took judo lessons. Mr. Sam Nishi
was powerful; wise. He almost broke my arm;
stopping just before 'we' knew it would crack:
"... to teach you not to fear pain." (thanks)

He taught me balance, nutrition and respect for women:
"They are smarter and stronger than us."
He told me that people without imagination are poor.

Happily, my characters take me with them; how kind of them.
Toad hops around the land, in full Toad grace, saying things like:
“I have to be my own judge because nobody else understands me!”

I received this note:
“Today, I read 2 of your short stories - I think your mind is a work of art!
Thank you for injecting a bit of joy into my day." C. Fairbanks.

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Unexpected and cheerful gifts, appear like good luck.
Thank you for reading my stories,
Ian Hutton

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Reviews

Anne Macdonald reviewed on on March 26, 2012

This is a great little book about friendship to read aloud. It's whimsical and wise with lots of clever wordplay to entertain. The illustrations are a delightful 'extra' and add to the fun. Frog and Toad and friends are just good old-fashioned company, with their zany little adventures and their ability to make you smile over and over again. I think all ages would enjoy this lovely book.
(reviewed the day of purchase)
Mike Campbell reviewed on on Feb. 29, 2012

I was really absorbed in this story of a frog, a toad, and a turtle. The frog and toad charactors were delightfully care free, but the turtle was more worrysome. He didnt play a big part in the story of the frog and toad's adventures, which was good. I could see the scenes of the adventures in my mind, which is very important to me when I'm reading, to forget the daily hassles of life. I think kids of all ages, and adults as well, will be taken to a wonderful land of forest, where their imagination can be well exercised
(reviewed 6 days after purchase)

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